THE CITY OF MUNICH – A PULSATING CITY WITH A HEART
Known for the world’s largest folk festival, the Oktoberfest, the Bavarian capital Munich has so much more to offer. Centuries-old buildings and numerous museums shape the cityscape, as do cultural highlights, exclusive shopping opportunities and a fantastic surrounding area.
SIGHTS IN THE CITY OF MUNICH
A stroll through the tradition-steeped city presents many sights to be discovered. For example, the famous Frauenkirche, which is a real landmark of Munich with its two unique onion domes. Or the Englische Garten, the green oasis in the centre of the city where both locals and visitors can enjoy the tranquil nature amidst the hustle and bustle of the city. Guests are also often fascinated by the famous Eisbach wave at the edge of the park, where passionate professionals and beginners show off their surfing skills every day. The heart of the city is Marienplatz, where you can enjoy a limitless shopping experience and hear the chimes of the town hall. It is also a great place to stop for a coffee or lunch while you take in the hustle and bustle of the city….
„…I can tell you: you can’t beat Munich, everything else in Germany is a waste of time.”
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OUR WALGASTHOF – YOUR HOTEL IN THE SOUTH OF MUNICH
The Waldgasthof Buchenhain is located in the south of Munich and is very well connected to the city centre by a direct S-Bahn connection. Staying with us offers you the perfect way to combine your short holiday in Bavaria with a city break in Munich.
Our staff at the reception in our Gasthof München will be happy to provide you more information and insider tips.